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Pretzel Logic Chords

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Verse I:
                A13      Am7
I would love to tour the Southland
Em7/F FM7
      In a traveling minstrel show
A13 Am7 A13 Am7
                 C/D      Dm7
Yes, I'd love to tour the Southland
C/D Dm7
   In a traveling minstrel show

Refrain:
         D/E           E/A      C/D       D/G
Yes, I'm dyin' to be a star and make them laugh
D/E                E/A           C/D  D/G
Sounds just like a record on the phonograph 
      D/E             E/A
Those days are gone forever 
C/D    D/G
Over a long time ago
Em7/F Fm7
Oh, yeah
Gsus4
Hey, hey

Verse II:
I have never met Napoleon
But I plan to find the time
I have never met Napoleon
But I plan to find the time
Yes, I do

Refrain:
'Cause he looks so fine upon that hill 
They tell me he was lonely; he's lonely still
Those days are gone forever
Over a long time ago
Oh, yeah 

[Guitar interlude over verse and refrain]

Bridge:
D    Am7
   I stepped up on the platform 
    FM7
The man gave me the news
   Am7
He said, "You must be joking, son
      Am7     Bm7       CM7
Where did you get those shoes?"
C/D Dm7                C/D Dm7
        "Where did you get those shoes?"

Refrain:
Well, I've seen 'em on the TV, the movie show 
They say the times are changing, but I just don't know 
These things are gone forever 
Over a long time ago
Oh, yeah

[Ad lib over verse]
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